Bethwood Daily: New Library Books, Free Webinar Planned

Hello, Bethwood! Here are the latest local news, events and community messages courtesy of the Wednesday issue of Bethwood Daily.

Here you’ll find new stories, as well as stories you might have missed this week, among other useful information regarding Bethany and Woodbridge.

First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Rather cloudy all day. High: 82 Low: 63.

Here are the best stories in Bethwood today:

  1. Free New Haven Public Library: Presentation of our 2021-2022 EIR and CIR (press releases office)
  2. Town of Woodbridge: Registration open for the fall road racing and recreation programs (press release office)

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Bethwood Notebook

  • Bethany Volunteer Fire Department: “Thanks to everyone who came to support our Chicken Bar-B-Que last night! Special thanks to Country Companions Veterinary Services and Hazzard County, Clover Nook Farm for donating the corn, and all of our sponsors who … ” (Facebook)
  • Woodbridge Municipal Library: “The latest new books for August!.. #Woodbridgect #woodbridgetownlibrary #newbooks #newbooktuesday #books #library #libraries #bookstagram” (Facebook)
  • The Graduate Institute (Bethany, CT): “Free Zoom Webinar Wednesday, September 8 from 6 to 7 p.m. Register now! Is Transformational Education the Future? Transformational Education is at the center of the Consciousness Studies and Transpersonal Psychology program. the University Institute of Advanced Studies … “(Facebook)

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RJ Scofield

About me: I am RJ Scofield, a local patch editor for Connecticut. I’ve been working in journalism since graduating from Roger Williams University in Journalism, you guessed it. I have lived in Connecticut for most of my life and love to share interesting local stories with readers and create compelling articles about unsung heroes in a community. Send me your tips, ideas and questions to [email protected]

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